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Thread: Zippered ditty bag pattern

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    Does anyone know where I could get a pattern for this?

    Thanks much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBama
    Does anyone know where I could get a pattern for this?

    Thanks much.
    Do you have a picture or a description? Not familiar to me by that name but there are several that might qualify for that name.

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    could be a Bow Tuck , for all we know ;-)

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    It was small and rectangular, zippered top with a strap attached to side (I think) to hang the thing from wrist. I can probably wing it, but always feel better if I have pattern.

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    I saw a pattern for one in my LQS. Have you done a Google search yet?

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    I found one online, but I forget where. I made my daughter a bunch of nursing pads, and wanted her to have a cute small bag to put them in. And something that did not say "baby". I made it out of Asian fabrics and it turned out super cute. I remember it being really easy too. Seems like you just put the zipper in while it is flat, then made it into a tube. Then boxed the ends. I lined the one I made.

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    I've done many of these. Hope it will help. you will have to figure out your own sizes

    http://modernquiltlove.wordpress.com...ouch-tutorial/

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    There's a pattern for something like that on the oh fransson site. Not free though.
    http://ohfransson.bigcartel.com/prod...sewing-pattern

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    No, I got in trouble today cruising the net and my son had to check out my computer for virus, etc. He delivered a very nice, but firm, lecture about wandering about on the net unescorted by anti-viral software. All is now well, but I don't want another lecture, so will wait a day or two before venturing forth again. How times change! I remember when I was doing the lecturing.

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    I found the one I used. I adjusted the dimensions to make it the size I was after. It was easy and worked great.

    http://threebears.wordpress.com/2007...ouch-tutorial/

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